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I have a 2001 Toyota Celica GTS the dead battery was just replaced in and now the car won't start. Thinking it may be due to the theft deterrent system. How do I reset it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Toyota Celica GTS Clutch
i paid a friend to do it because it's a lot of work! if you haven't already treid to or got it done just know that when my friend did it; it took him like 8 hours (he'd never done one on a celica, but had done them on american cars) so if your not familiar with it... not a good idea to do alone. I watched him do most, but i'm not the best to talk to about it.(plus i have a 2000GT) Some of the parts that i can remember that he took out to get to the clutch were the front driver's side tire, the axel on the same side, ....some other parts in there....and ALSO parts on top...the intake also had to be taken out just to have enough room to do the job. parts are cheap...just ask for a clutch kit at auto zone or whatever. around $150. another random tid bit that might help is make sure to tighten the engine mounts really good afterwards or else it will jump around in there when you turn it on and cut it off. buy gear oil before you start as well because you will need to put some in after the new clutch is in. i will need to put the car on a real lift... you need a lot of space underneath and on top to work. and most likely two people. well hope some of this helped.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
heres some links to the wiring info you requested
heres the wiring info for your car also. as always, double check with a DDM before connecting
Battery WHITE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS Ignition 1 BLUE/RED (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS Starter 1 BLACK/WHITE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS All Door Trigger RED/WHITE (-) DRIVER'S KICK PANEL Trunk Trigger RED/WHITE (-) AT TRUNK LIGHT "HB WORKS WITH DOME LIGHT Hood Trigger N/A Alarm Disarm N/A Parking Lights DARK GREEN (+) DRIVER'S KICK PANEL
hope that helps:D
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: alarm needs to be reset
Many cars, Maybe not yours can be tricked into thinking that they've never been tripped to begin with. This procedure needs to be done carefully as inpresicsness can mess the car up. With the battery fully charged. ( not jumped, ran the car for awhile, Charged, the battery charger says so) and the cables clean ( they don't just look clean, cause you cleaned them anyway) disconnect the battery and come back later ( 10 MInutes ) Connect the cables to each other ( not the battery ) Hold em there ( 1 Minute ) Connect the positive and let the neg hang free. Turn the key to the run position. everything else off. Connect the neg cable like you mean it ( don't bump it skip it fool with it, Get it on tight in one move). Start the car. The security system never knew it was off and it'll start as if it were already on. Being you didn't tell what kind or year of car or truck you have it'll work on most and it won't hurt the others. It's hard to fix vehicals with out knowing the year model as the rules change with each model year.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Removal & Installation
NOTE When retracting the tensioner, turn it clockwise slowly in 3 sec. or more. Be sure not to apply force rapidly. After the tensioner is retracted all the way, do not apply force any more than necessary.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
the manual says to put the key in the ignition, turn on all the way, but don't start the car and leave for 10 minutes until the theft light stops flashing. turn off all the way and star it up. good luck.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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